Laburnum Mews Self contained luxury apartment, open outlook, private parking, free WiFi. 1 bedroom apartment, separate living room, fully equipped kitchen, modern walk in shower.
Newly built, first season, bright self contained mews style accommodation, with private off street parking for guests.
Comprising one double bedroom, living room with sofa, flat screen digital television.
Fully equipped modern kitchen with washing machine, fridge freezer, oven and hob, microwave and all crockery and cutlery.
Modern shower room, with walk in shower.
Spacious entrance hall with storage for shoes and coats.
Gas central heating provided, making this apartment cosy and warm.
Super fast wifi.
Things to do in the area
Perfect geographical location for visiting Scotland, Perth is the gateway to the highlands and only an hours travel from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Perth was once the ancient capital and was a where the kings of Scots were crowned. On the banks of the river Tay, Perth has a harbour and great rail, bus and motorway connections.
History lovers will find Perth has much to offer. Scone Palace (pronounced Scoon) original home of Scotland's Stone of Destiny where 42 of Scotland's Kings were crowned.
Other wonderful houses to visit include Elcho Castle, Huntingtower Castle, Megginch Castle at the Carse of Gowrie and last, but not least, Balhousie Castle - home to the Black Watch Museum.
Industrial heritage is highlighted at Stanley Mills, a new visitor centre 4 miles north of Perth; expertly showcases and explains how the mill harnessed the power of the River Tay to drive cotton-spinning machines.
Perthshire covers 2000 square miles and the area has an outstanding number and variety of walks to suit all tastes and levels of fitness. A great way to get close to nature whatever the season.
Colourful floral displays and wonderful lush green parklands enhance Perth. These parklands survive today as the North and South Inches; superb public parks. While here, also enjoy the kaleidoscope of colours at Perth's many gardens including Branklyn and Rodney Gardens.
Theatre lovers can enjoy a variety of performances in the opulent auditorium of Perth Theatre - which first opened its doors in 1900 - or at Pitlochry's Festival Theatre, the delightful theatre in the hills. Both attract visitors back year after year. Or why not pay a visit to Perth Concert Hall, with a year-round programme of concerts, drama, films, exhibitions, new media, comedy and family events there's sure to be something to suit all interests.